The websites and resources below might be of interest to people exploring guided meditation, mindfulness, and mindful self-compassion practices. This doesn't exclusively define the work I do in my therapy practice, so if meditation isn't your thing, it doesn't necessarily mean I wouldn't be a good fit for you as a therapist. For some people, though, these exercises are useful ways to practice being more present, less reactive, and more compassionate toward themselves and others.
Companion website to the book The Mindfulness Solution by Ronald D. Siegel. Click on 'download meditations' to see a list of mindfulness exercies and guided meditations- Mountain Meditation and Body Scan are great places to start.
Companion website to the book The Mindful Way Through Anxiety by Susan M. Orsillo, PhD. and Lizabeth Roemer, PhD., a great offering of mindfulness exercises and meditations to explore.
Christopher Germer's website on mindful self-compassion. The meditations section offers guided meditations, some of which can also be found in his book The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion.
Kristin Neff's great website on self-compassion. If you are interested in learinging more about self-compassion, reading the definition of self-compassion on the About section of her website would be a great place to start. Meditations and self-compassion exercises available on this site.
Some great guided meditations by Tara Brach, Kristin Neff, Kristy Arbon and others
The Mindfulness App